While ownership of the five-acre “Glenwood Estate” in Ross is hidden behind an LLC, the property was developed for John and Lisa Pritzker back in 2009.
In addition to a roughly 18,000-square-foot main house, there’s a separate pool/guest house and a caretaker’s house as well, for nearly 22,000 square feet of living space, and nine bedrooms, overall.
Ross Creek runs through the property, which is landscaped with a mix of “mature oak and magnolia trees, vertical lines of bamboo, a robust edible garden and fruit trees, and rose and hydrangea gardens,” along with lawns, a labyrinth, a bocce ball court, a tennis court and multiple motor courts as well.
And while quietly listed without an address, the estate is now officially on the market with an $85 million price tag.
Locksley Hall, the 9,235 square foot mansion perched on an acre of land with a pool at the southern tip of Belvedere, overlooking San Francisco with bridge to bridge views, currently holds the record for the most expensive Bay Area home sale north of Silicon Valley, having been on the market in 2009 with a $70 million price tag and trading for $47.5 million in 2015.